So, it's only available on BBC Scotland at 10:45pm....that should draw a large audienceScotland's Hidden Epidemic: The truth about MS, will be broadcast on Wednesday 23 July, on BBC One Scotland at 2245 BST.
http://www.buffalonews.com/cityregion/b ... 97722.html
A Public Broadcasting Service crew is in Buffalo to film a special documentary on multiple sclerosis.
PBS, which started filming Tuesday and will continue today, is interested in the research on MS being conducted at the Buffalo Neuroimaging Analysis Center of the Jacobs Neurological Institute and the University at Buffalo. The center is located at Buffalo General Hospital.
The special is part of the “Healthy Body, Healthy Mind” series and is expected to air about 175 times over 18 months on 225 PBS stations throughout the nation starting this fall.
The program will be hosted by Dr. Robert Zivadinov, associate professor of neurology at UB and director of the center, and spotlight life experiences of patients, physicians and caregivers dealing with MS.
On the other side of the aisle, if Mitt Romney ends up as McCain's VP, his wife Anne has MS. It's been interesting, seeing many of the candidates dealing with health issues (McCain's cancer, Elizabeth Edward's breast cancer) I think/hope the tides are turning.
dx dual jugular vein stenosis (CCSVI) 4/09
BBC journalist Elizabeth Quigley gives an insight into her life with Multiple Sclerosis as part of her investigation into why the disease is so common in Scotland.
Author JK Rowling has revealed her real regret that her mother died without knowing about Harry Potter.
22 Jul 2008
General news re MS
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